This is one of those not much happening days. So make a Margarita & relax.
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In my eternal quest to survive in MEXICO I sometimes do photo jobs WHEN i’m not guiding tourists. LAST WEEK i shot a wedding in PUEBLA and it was doubly enjoyable as the groom was Italian and the bride was Mexican , two of the most fun loving ethnic groups on earth, in my opinion.
The Antoinelli/Palma Wedding
The church of the CHURCH of El Cielo or the Heavens on san Juan Hill.with a backdrop of angels.
A bevy of beautiful bridesmaids
The party lasted till about 2 pm..around 200 people showed up.
There was plenty of tequila and beer…the party got happier as the night progressed.
Green sauce and garnish along with carnitas and rice.
Heres a custom that was added that you usually only see performed in the provinces, dancing with a turkey. This lady seems worried as to what the turkey might do.
Walter dances with the turkey
But the grooms father didnt seem to mind.
taking off the garter
Another classic tradition is taking off the garter and throwing it into the crowd of guests.
throwing the garter
And the happy couple cut the cake…. may their marriage be a successful one.
cutting the cake